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The specific goals are to comprehensively characterize the molecular mechanisms by which the Kruppel-like factor 10 (KLF10) transcription factor functions in T cells and to elucidate the processes by which deletion of KLF10 in T cells results in bone...
Comprehensive in vivo bone histomorphometry analyses revealed that targeting senescent cells led to reduced bone resorption with either maintained (within the trabecular skeletal compartment) or enhanced (along the endocortical bone surface) bone for...
The project is designed to evaluate the influence of chronic inflammation on skeletal muscle mitochondrial function and anabolic responses to resistance exercise.
Epigenetic Bone Anabolic Drugs ('Epibolics') for Bone Regeneration Collaborator: Amel Dudakovic, Ph.D.
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Biological actions of TIEG/KLF10 in skeletal cells In a project funded by a National Institutes of Health grant, we have identified TIEG/KLF10 as an estrogen-regulated gene in bone cells that is essential for the normal bone anabolic...
A Study to Understand Changes in Bone Across a Variety of Conditions such as Normal Processes, Pathologic Conditions, or in Response to Therapeutic Interventions Rochester, MN The purpose of this study is understanding changes in bone across a variet...
There also have been reports that some nutritional supplements, as well as performance-enhancing drugs such as creatine supplements and anabolic steroids, are associated with rhabdomyolysis and kidney failure.
., Mayo Clinic Physiology Researcher) "There are pretty good tests for anabolic steroids, testosterone and amphetamines, kind of the traditional performance enhancing drugs, but growth hormone is very, very difficult to test for. " T...
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